Powering The Wave by Patrick Smyth
A Simplified System to Build and Manage a Business

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Every new entrepreneur or business leader asks: “What do I do next?”

Powering The Wave answers this question using a simple gearbox analogy that puts into perspective all the key elements that must be synchronized to successfully build and run a business. This keeps the big picture at the forefront so the next steps are easy to see, and in the right context.

MATCH YOUR INNOVATION TO A POWERFUL BUSINESS GEARBOX TO DRIVE THE WAVES OF CHANGE Every new entrepreneur or new business leader ask "What do I do next?" Powering The Wave answers this question using a simple gearbox analogy that puts in perspective all the key elements that must be synchronized to successfully build and run a business. This keeps the big picture at the forefront so the next steps are easy to see, and in the right context. WHAT YOU WILL LEARN: 1. Understand the key elements of a business enterprise 2. Clarify the role that every element plays in the broader context of the over all enterprise 3. Establish the road-map, or sequence, of business priorities in the context of the bigger picture 4. Secure investment capital by understanding the function of value vs. risk 5. Measuring business performance starts from the outside in 6. Cooperation beats competition for enduring success WHO SHOULD READ THIS BOOK? Entrepreneurs, Inventors, and ANY New Business Leader
 

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Published October 17, 2011 by BookBaby. 133 pages
Genres: Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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